What was the issue and where did you go?Subsnowden wrote:Trailered it for 3 hours to get 2 hours (probably less, who knows? They never called to let me know it was done) worth of warranty work done (did I mention it was their fault?) to then immediately load it up and trailer it 3 hours back home. Hopefully that's the last time I have to deal with those @$$holes.
They had to replace sidecar brakes and rotor due to their improper set-up.
Tomcatfixer wrote:They had to replace sidecar brakes and rotor due to their improper set-up.
I'm dealing with the exact same issue right now on my brand new cT. Initial setup from the dealer felt good, but the rear brake dragged. Revised setup from a service center felt extremely soft and still dragged. Now I've got a scorched rotor and molten pads. Gonna pester Jason for replacement parts and just fix it m'self.
Have you adjusted the sidecar master cylinder actuating rod out?
I didn't think they went together...........
...like in Florida, where "downhill" means coming off the overpass.
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